dispersoid


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dispersoid

[də′spər‚sȯid]
(chemistry)
Matter in a form produced by a disperse system.
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The 224 alloys with added dispersoids resulted in superior creep strength to similar 319 alloys under comparable loading and temperature.
The average diameter of gloomy sphere was similar to the volume mean particle diameter of the dispersoid present in natural rubber latex, which is about 0.
This was believed to be due to increased dispersoid formation in the alloy matrix caused by residual thermal stresses around the microspheres.
3] particles, identified by TEM, with mean size approximately 30 nm, which made up to 70% of the dispersoid volume fraction; B--large [Al.
After polymerization, the resulting dispersoid of polymerized beads was poured into 600 ml of boiling water; the water temperature was maintained for 15 min while stirring at 150 rpm, and then filtrated to obtain the polymer beads.